Arts

All the Lives I Want cover
Books

All the Lives I Want cover

All the Lives cover

All the Lives I Want cover
Books

'All the Lives I Want' Revisits Feminization and Personhood

With a combination of personal memoir and incisive, wide-ranging analyses of pop culture from the 90s to the present day, “All the Lives I Want” shows us that scare quotes are inane.

Federal Funding in Fiscal Year 2016
FAS

Professors Fear Loss of Federal Arts, Humanities Funding

Professors and administrators are bracing for the potential elimination of the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities.

The Refugees
Books

The Refugees

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The Refugees
Books

'The Refugees' Honest and Imaginative

In “The Refugees,” memories are tactile and the shadows of interrupted lives ever-present; even the smallest details in Nguyen’s stories are imbued with the bittersweetness of unspoken what-might-have-beens.

The Signet
On Campus

Searching for Sites Where Art Meets Politics at Signet Teach-In

“I think as a mechanism of culture, art is inherently entangled in the sociopolitical issues and dramas of the time"

I Can Cook Too
Arts

I Can Cook Too

Aislinn E. Brophy ‘17 performs I Can Cook Too at the Valentine’s Day Cabaret hosted by HCMT on Saturday night.

History of Wrong Guys
Arts

History of Wrong Guys

Annabel O’Hagan ‘19 performs her rendition of History of Wrong Guys at the Cabaret hosted by HCMT at Lowell Library Theater on Saturday night.

I Gotta Go My Own Way
Arts

I Gotta Go My Own Way

Benjamin D. Grimm ‘18 and Jacob C. Scherba ‘17 perform I Gotta Go My Own Way from High School Musical 2.

John Darnielle
Arts

John Darnielle

Author John Darnielle speaks at an event hosted by the Harvard Book Store. This event took place Wednesday evening.

Grolier Poetry Reading
Arts

Grolier Poetry Reading

Therese Sellers, a contributing poet to the collection “Dark as a Hazel Eye: Coffee and Chocolate Poems”, reads one of her poems aloud in the Grolier Poetry Bookshop.

Pottery Throwing
Arts

Pottery Throwing

Potter Michael Kline works on a vase as part of a workshop that took place on Saturday.

Japanese Rakugo Storytelling
Arts

Japanese Rakugo Storytelling

Yanagiya Kyonosuke performed Japanese traditional storytelling, Rakugo, on Wednesday, February 8th.

Theater

'Rocky Horror Picture Show:' Two Performances in One

“Planets, aliens. It’s very strange and weird. But even in that craziness and in this world, I think there are a lot of elements of truth within it. Specifically, the show talks about an awakening of your sexuality, becoming more free and truthful with yourself.”

John Darnielle
Books

John Darnielle Brilliant at Brattle Theater

Onstage at the sold-out Brattle Theater, promoting his recently released sophomore novel, “Universal Harvester,” Darnielle was comfortable and charismatic, as genial as your Midwestern uncle and as thrillingly erudite as your favorite professor.